Valerie Harper, one of US television’s biggest stars in the 1970s for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spin-off “Rhoda,” died Friday after a long battle with lung and brain cancer. She was 80. Harper won four Emmys and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Rhoda Morgenstern, Moore’sContinue Reading

Twitter said Friday the account of chief executive Jack Dorsey had been “compromised” after a series of erratic and offensive messages were posted. The tweets containing racial slurs and suggestions about a bomb showed up around 2000 GMT on the @jack account of the founder of the short messaging serviceContinue Reading

Equipped with powerful magnets, history enthusiasts and environmentalists scour France’s rivers, pulling out bits of scrap metal, bikes, scooters and the odd kitchen appliance. Sometimes, too, they fish other more unexpected objects out of the water, such as unexploded munitions. Magnet fishing has fast become a popular pastime, according toContinue Reading

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted on Friday he is happy with his striking options for this season despite not signing a replacement for the departed Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku. The Norwegian has just Anthony Martial, who will miss Saturday’s trip to Southampton through injury, Marcus Rashford and 17-year-old Mason GreenwoodContinue Reading

Part 31, The Labor News, revealed the continuous development of the Juche weapons that showcased the powerful military power of socialist shipbuilding. Pointed out. Lonsol is able to cope with unprecedented trials and difficulties and equipped with a powerful sword of peaceguard is the greatest victory ever since the foundingContinue Reading

The World Council of Muslim Communities and the Institute of Orientalism of the Russian Academy of Sciences have signed a cooperation agreement to exchange joint experiences in the field of consolidating community peace, peace, tolerance and coexistence in Muslim societies and acquire new knowledge in the field of Oriental andContinue Reading